Stocks plunge as messy Italian elections rekindle concern over Europe's debt crisis

  • Article by: STEVE ROTHWELL and BERNARD CONDON , Associated Press
  • Updated: February 25, 2013 - 6:45 PM

NEW YORK - Stocks are having a bad flashback to last spring, when fears about the European debt crisis sent the market spiraling lower.

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ciamanFeb. 25, 13 3:16 PM

If any of you were watching the finance shows this weekend, then you would have known that the stocks were poised to take a deep fall. This was just about the time that the little people were ready to go back into stocks and bet to get some money. But thank heaven's most of them did not do that. Now the stocks are evaporating and people of TV are talking of going back to the gold standard. Do not doubt it and do not be suprised if that happens. Only gold has always held its own value. The best medium of exchange that there has ever been.

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callmeronFeb. 25, 13 6:15 PM

Liberalism is the most destructive ideology mankind has ever known. Spend spend spend until you go bankrupt. What a stupid idea. These European nations like Greece, Spain, Italy, and a few others are in trouble because of one reason: THEY SPENT TOO MUCH! Yet, the liberal left thinks the solution is to borrow and spend even more (hello, Obama). Silly, isn't it?

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theagonybhoFeb. 26, 13 7:29 AM

America pay attention this is where were headed.

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